Wednesday, February 5, 2014

It's a Beautiful Day in the Trailerhood

Rhett Butler: I'm very drunk, and I intend on getting still drunker before this evening's over. Yes, we still had more partying to do. Well, maybe not to that degree, ha.
Stone Mountain

Sister SIL Cindy and I for the first time since glamping pulled out a couple of outdoor lounge chairs and did just that...lounged. Okay, we sat down for a minute. Much to my sister-mister's disbelief, glamping is hard and continuous work, always doing something. No sooner than we sat, though, we were up and running again. Bella had one visitor after another, and Cindy and I had our craft booths set up also drawing crowds.  



Between selling our wares and showing off Bella, Betsy Ross Cindy stitched together some fancy rags for Barbie who would be accompanying us later that evening.

We witnessed a spectacular sunset from Tara our site just before joining the Sisters for our last evening in Atlanta.

Stone Mountain

Rhett Butler: Take a good look my dear. It's an historic moment you can tell your grandchildren about - how you watched the Old South fall one night. 

Thelma and Louise wuz here.

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